At Princeton — 2015-16 (8-9, 2-5 Ivy): won eight matches and moved from No. 8 to No. 3 during the season … won his first five matches, including a win over CSA semifinalist St. Lawrence … won Ivy League matches against Brown and Cornell. 2014-15: did not compete. 2013-14: went 4-2 on the season … won five-game match against Rochester … had wins at the No. 6 spot against both Drexel and Dartmouth. 2012-13: earned 2013 Ivy League Rookie of the Year honor, becoming the 12th player in Princeton history to earn the honor … recorded team-best 18 victories and helped Princeton win the Ivy League championship … went undefeated against both the Ivy League and in the CSA nationals; lone loss came to Trinity … won the CSA Molloy Cup for players ranked 33-64 … played the season in the bottom third of the ladder … completed season ranked 34th.
Before Princeton — reached the No. 2 ranking in India for U-15s; reached Top 4 in both U-17 and U-19 … placed second in U-15 Junior National Championship competition; made semifinals at both U-17 and U-19 levels … ranked No. 1 in West Bengal at U-15, U-17, U-19 and men’s; reached Top-8 ranking among senior men’s players … was a member of both the U-15 and U-19 teams in India … represented India at the 2nd Asian Junior Individual Squash Championships; also played for India in the Men’s World Junior Individual Squash Championships … played for the West Bengal (State) U-15, U-19 and men’s teams … served as team captain on several teams … also competed in table tennis, soccer and track & field … member of the student government as a House and School Prefect.
Personal — born Dec. 16, 1993 … son of Vikash Agrawal and Sangita Agrawal … father is a businessman; mother is a homemaker … enjoys magic, playing soccer and playing table tennis … may study Economics at Princeton.
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